directory resource type

Namespace: microsoft.graph

Represents a deleted item in the directory. When an item is deleted, it moves to the deleted items container. Deleted items remain available to restore for up to 30 days. After 30 days, the items are permanently deleted.

Currently, deleted items functionality is supported for the the following resources:

Inherits from entity.


Method Return Type Description
List directoryObject collection Gets a list of recently deleted items.
Get directoryObject Gets the properties of a deleted item.
Restore directoryObject Restores a recently deleted item.
Permanently delete None Permanently deletes an item.
List deleted items owned by user directoryObject collection Lists directory items owned by a user.


Property Type Description
id String A unique identifier for the object; for example, 12345678-9abc-def0-1234-56789abcde. Key. Not nullable. Read-only. Inherited from entity.


Relationship Type Description
administrativeUnits administrativeUnit collection Conceptual container for user and group directory objects.
attributeSets attributeSet collection Group of related custom security attribute definitions.
customSecurityAttributeDefinitions customSecurityAttributeDefinition collection Schema of a custom security attributes (key-value pairs).
deletedItems directoryObject collection Recently deleted items. Read-only. Nullable.
deviceLocalCredentials deviceLocalCredential collection The credentials of the device's local administrator account backed up to Microsoft Entra ID.
federationConfigurations identityProviderBase collection Configure domain federation with organizations whose identity provider (IdP) supports either the SAML or WS-Fed protocol.
onPremisesSynchronization onPremisesDirectorySynchronization A container for on-premises directory synchronization functionalities that are available for the organization.
subscriptions companySubscription collection List of commercial subscriptions that an organization acquired.

JSON representation

The following JSON representation shows the resource type.

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